Movie Review – Tracey

Tracey Hong Kong (2018) Dir. Jun Li Gay rights in many countries are still a fantasy despite us now being in the 21st century. Whether it is because of religion or hidebound attitudes afraid of causing uproar, even those who view themselves as progressive thinkers still deny homosexuals some civil liberties. Hong Kong, it seems, … Continue reading Movie Review – Tracey

Robbery (Lou Lap)

Robbery (Lou Lap) Hong Kong (2016) Dir. Fire Lee I might have said this before but it bears repeating - Hong Kong comedies are strange beasts which don’t always translate well outside of Asia (unless you are Jackie Chan or Stephen Chow). One film unlikely to buck this trend is surreal black comedy Robbery. Lau … Continue reading Robbery (Lou Lap)

Call Of Heroes (Ngai sing)

Call Of Heroes (Ngai sing) Hong Kong (2016) Dir. Benny Chan With the likes of Tony Jaa and Iko Uwais propagating more realistic, gimmick free fights in martial arts cinema, Hong Kong remains loyal to its famous wire fu style which may make them seem a little corny in comparison. What cannot be denied, however, … Continue reading Call Of Heroes (Ngai sing)